The Koestler Parapsychology Unit takes a broad approach to parapsychology
The Koestler Parapsychology Unit takes a broad approach to parapsychology, conducting research into the psi hypothesis, pseudo-psi (‘what’s not psychic but looks like it’), beliefs about the paranormal and the history of accounts and studies of anomalous phenomena. For further information on our research, visit the KPU website.
Staff working in this area
Staff working in this area include:
|Peter Lamont||The history and psychology of magic and the paranormal, wider history and theory of psychology (Conceptual and Historical Issues in Psychology).|
|Caroline Watt||Replication and methodological issues in parapsychology, with a particular interest in ESP research using the ganzfeld method.|
While we have a broad remit, topics for doctoral study should be in line with current staff research work. A full list of research interests and contact details can be obtained from the KPU website staff page.
For further information contact the Programme Secretary, Henry Barnett at the Postgraduate Office.
To discuss academic matters, contact Caroline Watt.